Question about Delta Electrical Supplies
Ken I have the same problem with my Gravely. Sounds like these guys think its a dimmer switch in a house. I wrote to Delta Systems for the diagram. I will pass it on to you if I get a reply or find one. My address is email@example.com
Posted on Jul 30, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I can't tell exactly which switch you have, but from your statement that the pump is between switch and the source, you may be out of luck unless you can run another wire from the switch to the pump.
If you have only one set of wires in the switch box (one black, one white, one ground) then I don't think you will be able to get the pilot light to work. The pilot needs a hot wire and a neutral. If you have only one set of wires, you don't have a neutral.
But if you have two sets wires in the switch box, do this--- Connect the two black wires to the terminals you are already using. Connect the two white wires together (not to the switch) This is the usual way to wire a switch. Power it up. The switch should operate the pump, but the pilot will not work. Turn off the breaker. Now connect the two white wires to the screws that are linked together. Power it back up. The pilot should now work.
Posted on Mar 29, 2010
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The gold terminal is usually the "hot" terminal (black wire), the silver terminal is "neutral" (white wire). Remember to turn off the power before you work on it.
Posted on Apr 19, 2009
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It is unclear how many screws are on the switch you are testing.
If your switch does not show ohms when the switch is in one position, then it sounds like the switch is bad. But you can read information below for more information about your testing.
You can also add a comment and continue the discussion.
Let me provide more information about switches because you seem interested in electricity and the information may help us understand where the other is coming from in case you add a comment needing more help:
2 screws on switch: (excluding ground screw)
An ordinary single-pole switch usually has 2 brass colored screws.
These screws only read ohms or continuity when switch is in one position.
When the switch is in the other position, there are no ohms that pass through the switch.
3 screws on switch: (excluding ground)
A 3-way switch has 3 screws. There are 2 brass-colored screws and one dark-colored screw.
Put ohm tester on dark screw and continuity will show between the dark screw and one of the brass screws.
Flip the switch and ohms will test between dark colored screw and the other brass screw.
4 screws on switch. (excluding ground)
There are 2 screws on each side of switch.
This type of switch might be a special purpose double-pole switch.
Or it might be the more common 4-way switch.
Add a comment if you have a switch with 4 screws.
Below is a typical 3-way switch application showing the dark-colored screws:
Here is a typical 4-way switch circuit:
Notice the switch in middle has 4 screws:
Link below goes to a special application double-pole-double-throw switch:
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
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